Paternity/Parentage Attorney Everett

Do you require a law firm that represents both mothers and fathers in paternity actions? Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is more than committed to both fathers and mothers in such legal proceedings and can help guide you through this process professionally. Our law firm will provide you with a competent and knowledgeable Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Everett.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is located in the state of Washington and led by prominent litigator Paul Eagle. With extensive experience representing clients with family legal matters, we can expertly assist you in filing the appropriate documentation with the court and provide the legal assistance you need in order to confirm or deny legal parentage.

Our professional staff provides “hands-on” individual attention from start to finish and personalized service.

Call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at 1-877-579-0650 to discuss your case in a free telephone conference with our Paternity/Parentage Attorney Everett. Additional helpful information about our firm and the services we offer is available on our blog and FAQ page.

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